Osprey Wilds is thrilled to be hosting our Women’s Wellness Weekend again this fall! A few things have changed since we were last able to host this retreat. Please read more about the weekend below, and feel free to contact us at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
Osprey Wilds is an environmental learning center in Sandstone, Minnesota. Our mission is to instill a connection and commitment to the environment in people of all communities through experiential learning. Our Women’s Wellness Weekend is the perfect time to reconnect with nature alongside a friendly and welcoming community.
This retreat is hosted twice a year (spring and fall) and is an opportunity for anyone who identifies as a woman to spend time in nature, meet new people, and learn new skills. The weekend is full of possibilities, and we encourage you to join us!
This weekend focuses on adventure, relaxation and renewal; you can choose from a wide variety of mind, body and spirit activities for healing and personal growth, including private massages, reiki/energy healing, chakra and intuitive sessions. Enjoy the peace and calm of our campus, and immerse yourself in nature.
Speaking in the evening on Friday, October 1 in Crosby Lodge
DscM, MA, MCPC, Energetics and Reiki Master, Neuro-Transformational and Hypnotherapeutic Coach and Facilitator
A visionary empath, intuitive wayshower and transformational coach and guide, Nina was born with the ability to understand energy; human energy, animal energy, the energy fields in nature, and the fields of connectedness and consciousness. She says she was “born and prepared all her life for this particular juncture in human existence” — a time of great shift, expansion and transition into a new human era and the Aquarian Age of the Feminine.
A dedicated private and group coach and facilitator for three decades, Nina has trained and studied with pioneers and masters in the fields of neuroscience, positive psychology, hypnotherapy and NLP, spirit-mind-body, life purpose discovery, quantum healing, human potential, and indigenous/Earth Spirituality. Distilled from her life work, somatic movement study, outdoor adventure travel and backpacking treks and study with wise yogis and Indian and Tibetan masters, Nina translates ancient wisdom into the modern-day and creates a bridge with the warp-speed shifts occurring in humanity, society, and the planet at this time of great change.
A finalized schedule will be sent out prior to this event.
This weekend offers a wide variety of classes to choose from listen on the right.
Explore different healing modalities such as healing crystals, reiki, EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) tapping, and embodiment. Learn about and experience the healing, transformative powers of nature. Unleash your creative side by making a felted gnome, painted rock or luminaire. Access your inner wisdom, intuition, and inspiration through the process of mindfulness. Learn how to forage for wild mushrooms or medicinal plants. Relax during guided meditations and yoga. Meet your power animal as you learn shamanic drumming. Acquire new skills in cooking or food preservation. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings on a guided hike or canoe ride. for the weekend.
Registration will look slightly different this year than it has in the past. Osprey Wilds has recently transitioned to a new registration platform. All registration will be online. Please read the instructions below to register.
Are you planning to room with a friend or a group?
If you are planning to room with one or multiple other attendees, we ask that you register together. This will ensure that you and your preferred roommates are assigned to the same rooms. One person will need to submit a registration form for all roommates and will need to include their own information (as attendee 1), as well as each roommate’s first name, last name, email address, and any dietary restrictions or food allergies. Please DO NOT use one person’s email address for multiple attendees, as some of their information could be lost.
We encourage all folks to join us for this weekend! If you are registering as a single person (not with a group or specified roommate) we will place you with a roommate! Single-occupancy rooms are not available due to the number of attendees. Sharing a room is a great way to get to know fellow participants. Please select your preferred room arrangement when registering. For example, if you are registering one person (yourself), and want to share a room with one other person in Crosby Lodge, you would select the Double Occupancy – Crosby option when registering. If you prefer more than one roommate, you can select the Triple Occupancy or Quad Occupancy options; depending on the number of single registrants, you could end up having fewer roommates than anticipated, but you will never have more than you have selected.
Your ticket includes lodging (Friday night and Saturday night), all meals + snacks, coffee and refreshments, and scheduled activities. All tickets are non-refundable. There are no refunds for cancellations. See below for our different ticket prices for various lodging options. The prices below are per person.
Double-Occupancy – Crosby Lodge (2 people per room) = $525/person
Double-Occupancy – Lowry Lodge (2 people per room) = $475/person
Triple occupancy – Lowry Lodge (3 people per room) = $405/person
Quad-occupancy – Crosby Lodge (4 people per room) = $350/person
Quad-occupancy – Rustic Yurt (with a minimum of 4 people registering as a group) = $260/person
Commuter, tent camping, trailers campers rate (per person) – includes meals and programs: $250/person
Lowry Lodge: Each room can fit three adults on lower bunks. There are large communal bathrooms for guests to share. Wifi is available.
Crosby Lodge: Each room can fit four adults on lower bunks and features a private bathroom. Wifi is available. This is the nearest lodging option to our main dining hall.
Yurt: Our yurt can accommodate a group of up to four people. There is no running water or bathrooms, but guests can use Lowry Lodge for showering and the main dining hall for refilling water.
Tent Camping: Our campsite is equipped with a portable toilet. There is no running water. Guests can get drinking water in the main dining hall.
We also have a limited amount of space to park your trailer or RV.
You can view our campus map here. Meals and several programs will take place in the dining hall (#1 on the map).
Our in-house kitchen will provide all menus and refreshments for guests. Using local and seasonal ingredients, including produce from our farm, each meal will be freshly prepared. We are happy to accommodate most food allergies and dietary restrictions. Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options will be served at every meal. Please let us know about any dietary restrictions or food allergies when registering.
Throughout the weekend, guests can schedule one of the fee-for-service options available from a variety of practitioners including a private massage, pedicure, reiki/energy healing session, intuitive reading, or health planning consultation. Osprey Wilds’ gift shop will also be open for visitors to purchase toiletry items, as well as cards, Osprey Wilds maple syrup, books and other gift items.